What is Occupational Therapy?
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Pediatric occupational therapy is designed to help infants and children improve independence with daily activities such as writing, drawing, feeding, dressing, playing on the playground, and learning skills by improving their motor, sensory, behavioral, and cognitive capabilities.
Activities may include but are not limited to:
Visual Motor Skills - copying shapes, drawing, writing
Gross Motor Skills - running, jumping, climbing, ball skills
Fine Motor Skills - handwriting, manipulating objects, cutting
Daily Living Skills - dressing, feeding, bathing, sleep, self-regulation